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in the strange culture 1____ 1.) Options 1. has upon the visitor who is unprepared 2. is having on the unprepared visitor 3. has on the unprepared visitor 4. has in the unprepared visitor 5. have on the unprepared visitor 1. is replaced by new ones 2. were replaced by new ones 3. are being replaced with new ones 4. replaced by new ones 5. to be replaced by new ones 1. have the comforting knowledge 2. have the comfortable knowledge 3. have the knowledge that is comforting 4. are comforted through the knowledge 5. find knowledge comforting 1. returning to them 2. to return back to 3. when they return back 4. to return to 5. waiting for their return 1. produced from the great accelerated 2. produced of the greatly accelearated 3. a product produced by the greatly accelerated 4. a product of the greatly accelerated 5. a product of the great accelerated 1. It rises from 2. It arose from 3. It arises from 4. It has risen from 5. It has been rising from

It is what happens when familiar psychological Clues that help an individual to function in Society are suddenly withdrawn and ___2____ That are alien and incomprehensible. But most travelers ____3____ that the culture

2.)

3.)

Will I be there ____4____. The victim of future

4.)

____5____ rate of change within a society.

5.)

____6____ the superimosition of a new culture

6.)

But its impact is ____7____

7.)

1. very worse 2. far worse 3. the worst 4. far worst 5. surely worst

Take an individual out of his own culture 8.) And ____8____ in an environment sharply different From his own,

1. set him down with suddenness 2. seat himself down suddenly 3. sat down suddenly 4. set him down suddenly 5. suddenly sit him down 1. from any hope of retreat 2. from no hope of retreat 3. with any hope of retreating 4. with no hope to retreat 5. from having any hope of retreat 1. their values are incessantly changed 2. its values are changed incessantly 3. the values it has are not changed incessantly 4. its values are incessant changes 5. its values are incessantly changing

then cut him off ____9____ to a more familiar social landscape, and the dislocation he suffers is double sever.

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Moreover, if this new culture is itself in constant turmoil, and if worse yet ____10____ the sense of orientation will still be further intensified

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MASS COMMUNICATION MEDIUM Selection A mass communication medium like television, For example, ____1____ a country fragmented By tribal. 1.) Options 1. can be use to help in the unification 2. is of use for helping to unity 3. can be used for helping in unifying 4. can be used to help unify 5. has for its use to help unify 1. that inform the people 2. that gave information to the people 3. which purpose is to inform the people 4. that supply the people with information 5. which aims to inform the people 1. busily at work 2. of work in the country 3. at work in the country 4. which are at work in the country 5. that help work in the country 1. the language standardization of the

loyalties, customs, culture or simple geographic barriers, Programs ____2____ about national purposes and

2.)

national problems might help unite the people and put damper on the divisive forces ____3____

3.)

A national mass communication television network also can help ____4____. On the other

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will be in certain position to make 4. serve to neatly balance out 1. each person talking on the telephone _____6____ his individual traits and identify.hand modes of country 2. will not evolve exactly as They 2. The older nations invested in the telegraph. might be able to develop 2. in standardizing the language in the country 5.) in developing countries. is neatly balancing out 5. establishing such balance should be an important consideration. do not evolve as they exactly 5.) United States and other Western nations. If we can be sure of one thing. it is that communications in the new nations ____7____ did in the 7. the the things that make him unique as a person. 6. conscious choice. standardizing the language of the country 3. they ____10____ some of the most advance And most sophisticated communications System in the world. has the ability to retain 4. still face a most unique opportunity 1. today’s new nations ____9____ in the field of communications.) 9. can balance neatly out 2. face a unique opportunity 3. have to face a unique opportunity 4. should make with ability 2. neatly balance out 4. 8. can be able to make 5. the newer nations ____8____ a more considered. can. are facing up a unique opportunity 2.) 1. is still retaining 5.) . with ability 4. and in television in a random piece-meal fashion without knowing where their steps would lead them. the country’s standardization of language 4. can still retain 1. Benefiting by the past mistakes of the older nations. will be able to make 1. neatly balances out 3. could still retained 2. 10. will have the ability to make 3. are not to evolve exactly as they 4. might be in a position to develop personal communication ____5____ the means of people. standardize language in the country 5. in the telephone. have not evolve exactly as they 1. face a more unique opportunity 5. might develop 3. will not evolve exactly like they 3.) In fact. is able to retain still 3.

2/3 2.of unknown or undeclared origin or authorship . 75% is to 1/2 as 45% is to ________ 1. to wear down in spirit.75 is to ¾ as 0.to assume the existence of. GARB 9. ACQUESCED 3. 3/10 3.625 2.a dress. exposure to death. alarmed 5. discourage or prevent from aching (as by fear). 1. DETERIOUS (deteriorate) – to impair.25 is to ________ 1. outward form.concerted. 4/5 3. inhibit 6. 60 2. irritate .compulsion by threat.a thin turret.sorrowful. accepted. 6/7 5. to turn aside. a spire or high peak. 0. complied . ABRADES 2. style of dress. 14 is to 28 as 5 is to _________ . DURESS 7.125 5. 3/11 2. inattentive. risk.environment setting. loss.25 is to 0.to kill as a sacrificial victim . 160 5. to clothe.hazard. ANONYMITY 4. 70 3.2 is to _________ 1. danger. status . JEOPARDY 11. 3/4 4. peril.amazed. postulate – to assume as true NUMBER ANALOGY 1. mournful often to an exaggerated degree 13. or injury . ASTOUNDED . 0. 80 4. should developed VOCABULARY 1. 90 5. 3/5 3.8 is to _________ 1. appearance . POSIT .250 4. 6.125 3. restraint . 2 is to 50 as 3.languid.restlessness. LISTLESS (LY) . 1. IMMOLATE 10. 2/3 5. FIDGET (ED) 8.625 4. 5/6 4.to wear away by friction. shocked. to move about restlessly . worse/to frighten. 3/5 2. 2.125 as to 1. spiritless 12. agreed. to grow. LUGURBRIOUS . 0.6. MILIEU 14. acceded. PINNACLE 15. assented. acme turret-a small tower .

8 is to 23 as 27 is to ________ 1. 10 5.0009 3.2 is to 0. 2/48 3. 2 17. 1 2/5 3. 3/14 2. 39 5. 7 2.65 is to ________ 1. 0. 2 2. 1/3 is to 3/7 as 1/6 is to ________ 1.9 5. 14/20 15. 3/8 is to 12/32 as 2/5 is to ________ 1. 3/4 5. 3/5 5. 1/3 5.4 as 0. 20 2.5 is to 1/2 as 0. 0. 10/23 3. 1 1/5 2.30 is to 0. 13/20 3. 30% is to 3/5 as 80% is to ________ 1.6 is to ________ 1. 6/13 4. 33 2.45 is to ________ 1. 0. 0. 5/6 10.000375 2. 53 3. 11/20 2. 0. 15/20 4. 3/10 4. 3/36 4. none 18.4 is to 2/5 as 0. 1/18 3.009 2. 1/5 12. 10 16.0375 4. 1/5 3. 0. 0. 8 2. 14 5. 4/5 3.35 is to 7 as 0.0 13. 1 3/5 4. 3/25 5. 1/3 is to 2/18 as 1/12 is to ________ 1. 43 14.00375 3. 9. 0. 0. 2/5 is to 20% as ¾ is to ________ . 12 4. 8/20 2. 1/20 7. 6 4. 8 3.15 is to ______ 1. 1/4 4. 1/3 is to 3 as 2/8 is to ________ 1.09 4. 9 4. 1 is to 1/4 as 5/25 is to ________ 1.9 8. 0. 4 3.375 5. 9 3. 0. 0. 93 4. 17/20 5. 1/16 2. 8 5. 2/72 2.1.3 is to ________ 1. 1/72 9. ½ 11. 2/6 4. 15 6. 1 4/5 5. 4/6 5.075 as 0. 0. 0.

If there had been two more contributors. 10.1. 69. 400.000. 20 5. How many organizations contributed to the project? 1. 6 22. none PROBLEM SOLVING 1. 625 is to 81 as 5 is to ________ 1. 3 2. 35. P105 5. 5 3. 0.5% 4. P100 4. After selling 16 pieces at this rate.000. The Philippines and 19 other Asian nations decide to cut their oil consumption by two million barrels a day. and the expenses were shared equally.00 3. 36 4. A development project which was financed by ecological organizations amounted to P 3.5% 19. it would have cost each organization P300. 6 4.000. 3 2. 12 3. 2 is to 8 as 4 is to ________ 1. 6 4.00 3.648 20. 32 3. 4 3. 4 5. 23 3. 37.0% 3.00 5. P115 2. 39.6 million.0% 5. 65. If this is 5% of their daily oil consumption. 40. how many barrels are consumed by these countries in one day? 1. 22 2.5% 2. how many reams should be left in the drawer? 1.00 2. 18 2. 400. 66 5. 2 is to 2. 7 4. 49.000 less. Miss Roxas bought 20 blouses for P1800 and marked them to sell at P110 each. At what price may she sell each remaining blouse and still realize a gross profit of P360 on the 20 blouses? 1. 59. 100. If 1 ¼ dozens of reams of paper were to be used in printing. she decided to sell the remaining blouses at a lower price.5 as 4 is to ________ 1.50 21. 3 4. 15 4.50 4. 9 5. 9 5.00 5. P110 2.00 3.000 4. 9 2. 36. 21 . P120 3. 55.000. 8 is to 11 as 36 is to ________ 1. There are 36 reams of mimeographing paper in the drawer. 37.50 2.

5 feet 10 inches 5. 34 5. 12 feet 2. find its total area. is to be painted. 53. If there had been two fewer men. P150. 18 3. 18 3. what is the third number? 1.000 4. what is a side of a square? 1.5.15 2. 64 3. agreeing that each should pay the same amount. P200. The ceiling of a building.000 3. The total bill was P168. 27 5.000 . 17.4 4. 48 4. If a bottle of lotion sells for P87. The total area of a cube is the sum of its lateral area and the area of its bases. P100. The lesser number is 42. 174. 21 11. 40 9. 32 5. How many gallons of paint are required for this ceiling if a gallon can cover 15 square meters? 1. 24 13. How many men went fishing? 1. 15 2. what length of the wall can be painted if the wall is 8 feet high? 1. A group of men went on fishing trip. 20 2. 70 2.000 2. 18 meters by 15 meters. 13 4. 19 4.5 and the last term is 25? 1. 15 2. 36 8. What is the sum of series of arithmetic progression having a common difference of 3. 75 3. none of these 14.50. 25. 24 3. A square and a rectangle have equal areas. 36 4.000 5. P300. Two numbers are in the ratio of 3 to 5.5 5. 36 7. each man would have had to pay 2 pesos more. 14 3. 24 2. 20 5. none of these 10. 126 5. 252 12. If a can of paint will cover approximately 60 square yards. how many bottles will Ana have to sell to receive a commission of P210? 1. If the rectangle is 36 by 16. Find the greater number. P50. One million is to be divided among the 3 children of a widower in the ratio of 10:12:18. 20 4. Ana gets a commission of 10% for each bottle of lotion she sells. If the edge of a cube is 4. if the first term is 0.55 3. 38 5. 1. 12 5. By how much is the largest share greater than the smallest share? 1. 29 4. 17 2.5. 8 6. If the sum of 5 consecutive numbers is 95. 1. 112 4. 26 3. 10 feet 3. 96 2. 6 feet 4.

750 3.50 18.75 5.. then the cost for parking for 4 hours and 45 miutes is __________. P104. The first day.15.50. in a nearby province. 5 masons and 2 helpers. the second latecomer pays P1. he hired 5 carpenters. how much money was collected from them? 1. 3 masons. P23..00 3. P45.75 5. how much did he pay each mason a day? 1.90 1 Br $ = P 12.275 4. P65. 127.3 discount of the selling price of P200 a discount of 200 none of the above 21. P35. 30 km 4. P15. he will not arrive until 8:45 A.00 19.00 for each additional hour or a part thereof. P8 4. 12. If he travels at 40 kph. 1.40 Which country has the best offer? . 4. The first latecomer pays P0. If he drives at 30 kph.5 km 5.M.00 2. P P45. P10 17. Division and section heads of agency Y who come late during their monthly staff meetings are fined. Malaysia Mal $300 and Brunei $200 consider the following: 1 HK $ = P2. a discount of 1/3 of the selling price pf P200 33. The third day.00.00 for the first two hours and P5. Which of the following has the greatest discounts? 1. The second day. How many meters long of a line will be represented by 150 units? 1. 1.50 4.00 16. and P112 the third day.50 5. 90 km 2.00 4. If his payroll was 194 the first day.3% of the selling price of P200 0. If the management of a parking lot charges its customer P10. 5. he hired 6 carpenters. the third pays P1. the fourth pays P2. 3 masons and 5 helpers. Malaysia and Brunei. If 13 came late during their last meeting. 12.15 1 Mal $ = P 8.50 2. he will arrive at 8 AM. How far away is the province? 1. In an illustration. A bureau director has an appointment at 9 A. 3.M. and 3 helpers. P12 2. a contractor hired 11 carpenters. P137 the second day. none of these 3. In Hongkong the monthly salary in HK $500.50. 2.50 3.00 and so forth. P29 5. P84. P6.275 2. 1. P25. 225 km 3. Nena has applied for employment in the next three different countries namely: Hongkong. one unit represents a line 85 centimeters long. 50 km 20. 37.

P460. 67 ½ 2. none of these 3. Brunei 5.00 2. 3.000. $ per pound from 1987 – 1990.55 zinc from 0. Long.72 to 3.S.330.00 25. how long will it take him to drive 360 km. 15 & 8 3. 10 ½ 5. 1. 4. 18 & 5 . She will need 23 floor length pieces. 4. 57 ¼ 3. P1.00 5. a motorist covered 120 km. 11 ½ 26. If a and b are any two positive real numbers. –b a+b 4. none of these 3. 9 ½ 4. how much is the monthly rental? 1. P2.43 to 0.68 lead from 0. 47 ½ 5. Which pair of numbers below has 120 as a product? 1. each piece 2 meters and 50 cm.560.50 2. Which of the following commodities has the least increase U. 13 ½ 3.290. All 3. Malaysia 22.14 aluminum from 0.63 to 1.00 28. 2. P452.00 4. a-b a+b 2. This sum is 70% of his monthly salary. Mrs. After driving 3 ½ hours.810.0412 km. a-b a+b 29. If the amount spent for food is three times that of the rent.2 meters 4. At this rate.1. 24. 57 ½ 27. copper from 0. How much does he receives a month? 1. 41.63 nickel from 1.00. 0.62 to 0.30 23. A family budget provides that the monthly outlaws for food and house is P 1. then. 1.? 1.265. P2.120 cm 5.00 a month. Which of the following is the biggest? 1. 2.900.21 to 0. P2.00 4. all are equal 3. 5. P2.00 5. 37 ½ 4. 41. 1. An employee spends about P1. P1. P920.900. Hongkong – Brunei 2.00 3. 7 & 16 2. Hongkong 4. Renoso is planning to buy curtains for their new house.200 mm. b-a a+b 5. 12 ½ 2. How many meters should she buy.

22 yrs. 1958. If a can holds ¾ of a liter of gasoline.4. MT / F 3. How many liters will 1 ½ dozens at the same size hold? 1. A certain number is doubled and then divided by 8. 31 3. none of these 30. the resulting number is ¾. What is the original fraction? 1. If an employee in an office given 3 ballpens. 8/13 3. How many boxes will be needed for 168 employees? 1. P144. When any number is divided by 20.8 4.5 2. FT / M 2. the original number is: 1. 10 3. 80 2. How old was she last April 23. 22 yrs. 22 33. & 9 months 2.00 of his earnings. 17 4. 19 . 5 2. 9/12 32. 64 31. If after subtracting 4 from this result. one gets 16. An employee who receives P306.00 2. 25 2. The numerator of a fraction is 4 less than its denominator.2 5. 21 yrs. how much he would save after four months? 1. the largest remainder that can be attained is: 1. 48 5. How many males are there if there are T females? 1. 20 yrs. 8/14 4. 12.00 4. & 5 months 4. T + (F-M) 36. 13. If the employee is paid two times a month. 25 & 4 5.8 35. P308. 9/13 5. none of these 37. 21 5. 70 3.00 each payday saves P1. if 3 is added both the numerator and denominator. Each box of ballpen contains 24 pieces. 13.00 34. (M x T) + F 4.00 5. The ratio of males to females in an organization is M:F. 32 4.5 3. Maria was born November 23.00 3.50 of every P9. 14. P334. P408. 10/13 2. & 7 months 5. & 5 months 3. (F x T) + M 5. P204. 10. 1980? 1.

74. 1. How much is he paying for the tax of his property? 1. 15 38. 75. P26.00 out of P8.150 4.6 2.50. If the average price of these two items is P83. 1.43 42. its area will decreased by 175 square centimeters.43 3.00 each payday. P117 5.000 hectares of land for cotton production.43 4. 1. 112:84 43. The price of a pair of pants is P17. Find the side of the original square in centimeters? . 23 3.000. P29. how many centavos less than that of 1972? 1.1 3. Find its daily production in million barrels.57 5. 65.000 3. P24. P5.62 41. 0.00 2. P107 3. The buying power of 1972’s P1 had dropped as of June this year to 35. P120 44. what is the price of the pants? 1. 2. 1. A man owns a piece of land worth P0.3 2. 64.000 46.9 4.00 4. An employee who receives P296. 19 5. P11. The United Arab Emirates has reduced its daily oil production by80.00 more than twice the price of the polo shirt.00 3.00 per P1. What is the sum of the two numbers? 1. Divide 196 into 2 parts such that one part is ¾ of the other part. P3. If each side of a square is decreased by 5 centimeters.0 4. put P1. P114 4.57 2.350 5. The present buying power of peso is.000 tons of cotton? 1.000 2. 108:88 5. P9.000 barrels from 1. 21 5. none of these 3. 17 4. What should be the average yield in tons per hectare to produce a total of 138. 20 45. 1.2 3.4. 100:96 4.6 million.00 40. P20. What are the two numbers formed? 1. One-third of a certain number added to 1/5 of the next consecutive number is 5. 21 2. P100 2.57 centavos. 8.7 million barrels.2 5. He is taxed on ¾ of its value at the rate of P7. 2. 1.23 39.00 5.5 5. P10. 75. 124:72 2. P37. 1. How much does he put into that fund? 1. There are 115.00 into a special fund.

m. 10 53 All of the following except one are units of measurement in the metric system. 6 5. Three stenographers will be selected from a pool of 6 equally qualified stenographers. 9:40 a. 9 48.00 5. 5. 5 4. 37 4. 4. 12 3. none of these 3.50 2. 10:00 a. was sent to pick a letter 10 km. 51. 18 5. 2. A fish vendor makes it a point to realize a profit of 12 ½% of his sales. 5. 20 4.m. How many different groups of three stenographers can be selected from the pool? 1. An employee drive a car at 30 kph from his residence reach his office at 8:00 a.00 3. P16. 10 2. liter 2. meter 5. If this messenger left at 8:30 a. 20 2. 30 km. yard 3. If he drives at 7:50 a. 10 4.m.m. 28 km. 15 47. Out of five candidates. how many groups of three could be chosen to fill the vacancies? 1. P18. 18 52. 3. 9:10 a. P19. Concrete posts are to be put along a 560 meters road. 8 5. 36 5.00 50.00? 1. 22 3. what would be the distance in meters between two successive posts? 1.m. 4. A messenger traveling at 20 kph. decimeter 4. 8:30 a. 49 2. 5 km. hectare 54. 25 3. away.00 4. 15 5. Twenty-seven school children were asked to form three groups such that the third group has 2 more members than the first group and the second group will have one member less than the third group.m. For how much a kilo should he sell 20 kilos of fish costing P320. 7 4. what time will he be back? 1. 3. If there are 15 posts. 36 3. . P17. How many members will the first group have? 1. how far is his office from his residence in km. 2. rested for 10 minutes along the way.m.? 1. 15 2. 40 49. 22 2.1.m. P15. 32 km. 1. 9:00 a. 26 km. A corporation has 3 vacancies for the positions of Senior Auditor.

40 56. 1/12 5. If there are 12 male employees.20 58. The income tax withheld from the wages of a certain employee amounted to P8. 20 miles 5. 400 . 36 5. 112 4. 80 kilometers 3. 30 x 15 59. P1. 948 2. 35 62. P5. In a certain map ¼ of an inch represent 10 miles of the actual distance. 1/8 61. how much was withheld from his wages this year? 1. 250 3. 10 miles 4. P4. 561 last year. 0. How much is the difference between the two investments? 1. At a party of 345 employees. A man has two investments totaling P40. P10. how many employees are in that office? 1. 16 4. P2. 27 x 18 4. 1/6 2.55. P8. 911 4. What should be the dimension the enclosed space is to be as large as possible. what part of a whole pie did each boy get? 1. P14. P9. 65 3. 60 miles 57.90 3. 248 5. 80 miles 2.60 5. ¼ 3. P11.80 2. A mother divides 2/3 of a cake equally among her 4 children. 415 3. 30 5. If two barrios are 2 inches apart in the map. It was found out that 120 chicken sandwiches and 240 cheese sandwiches were consumed. If six boys shared equally ½ of a pineapple pie. 23 x 22 2. sandwiches were served with softdrinks. In an office the ratio of male employee to female employee is 1:3. P9.60. If one cake costs P3. 48 3. 476 2. the actual distance between them is: 1. P8.000. On one he receives 12% interest and on the other he receives 10% interest.00 4. How many went home without eating any of the sandwiches? 1. 20 4. 1/36 4. 0. 28 x 17 5. 55 2. 0. If this is P350 more than ¾ of the amount withheld this year. 35 confessed that they ate 1 chicken sandwich and 1 cheese sandwich each. 42 2. 611 60. 1. 200 5. When the male employees were on their way home. P13. 9 x 10 3. the share of each child costs: 1. The 12% investment yield an annual income of P524 less than the 10% investment. A man with 90 meters of fencing wishes to fence off an area in the space of a rectangle.

4. 0. with 5 more seats per row than the number of rows. 7. 33 2. 240 4. none of these 3. How much was released if 15% of the amount requested was not granted? . 25. 71. 24 5.00 33% discount of the selling price of P200. 28 2. 15 65. 3. In a social hall of a building. 13. 3. 12:19 2. 2. 71.3 discount of the selling price of P200.200 millimeters 5. all are equal 66. 35 69.00 1/3% discount of the selling price of P200. Long is to be divided into 4 parts such that each part shall be 2 ½ dm.400 was requested for the purchase of office supplies. 2. How many plants were there in each row? 1. 18 2. 10 4.2 dm. A bin containing 80 sacks of flour is 15 full. 4.3 dm.00 a discount of P60. In a school of 1. Which of the following is the biggest? 1. 27 68. 12 5. 20 3.63.4 dm. 1. A paper tape 56. Which of the following has the greatest discount? 1. The number of plants in each row was six more than the number of rows.00 67. none of these 3. 300 5. 420 3.120 centimeters 3.2 dm. 320 64. What is the ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls? 1. What is the larger number if their sum is 56? 1. How many seats are there in each row? 1.2 meters 2. 12 4. Find the length of the longest part.0712 kilometers 4. 71. 5. 798 are girls. 42 5. The members of a barangay set our 432 pechay plants.00 0. 17:31 5. a discount of 1/3 of the selling price of P200. none of these 3. 49 4. How many sacks will be in the bin when it is ¾ full? 1.3 dm. An amount of P18. 5. Shorter than the next succeeding part. 19:31 4. 400 2. there are 150 seats arranged in rows. The larger of two numbers is seven times the smaller number.8 dm.302 students. 12:31 70. 17. 41. 10.

00.00 between two student in the ratio of 3 is to 5? 1. P4. P266.1. 49 3. 1/8 5.25 78. 1/3 3. How many tons of ice must be placed in an ice boxes so as to have 850 tons for use? 1.800 5. how much will he owner of the boarding house earn in one half year? 1. P12 & P28 79. Each boarder is charged P3. 15 5. P6. 260 2. P277. P10. 3/4 75.000 . P285. P23 & P17 4.600 74. 865 4.800 a month for board and lodging. 977.665 2. How many male employees are there? 1. 8 4. What should your commission be for a day in which your sales amounted to P11. none of these 3. P14. If he were to compete with 6 opponents in every round.25 3. 1/4 2. 8 4. P269.5 5. P6. If there are 12 boarders. P14 & P26 2. some fifty-peso bills and the rest are twenty-peso bills. none of these 3.92 2. If ¼ of a land were divided into 3 equal lots. A supply officer distributes 80 business envelopes among 13 employees. A man makes a deposit of P800. 4 3. then each lot would be what part of the land? 1. giving half the number to the female employees and the other half to the male employees. If his deposit consists of 25 bills. A chess player will play 7 rounds in a chess tournament. 120 5. P5.000 3. how many twenty-peso bills he have? 1. 20 2. How would you divide P40.26 5. 830 4. Each female employee received 3 more than each male. P15. 7 5. 5. 640 3. P15 & P25 5. 5 2. 490 72. 1/12 4. Suppose you were selling magazines and were paid 25% of your sales. 6 73.93 4.68? 1. none of these 3. 35 5. 42 2. 40 76.400 2. 1. P273. how many opponents would he have played with after 7th round? 1. P13. 32 4. Ice placed in an ice box losses 15% of its weight before being used. P12.000 4. 10 77. P2.

to take a bath. walking to the school principal’s room. If there are 150 defective items in the whole batch.m. 3. other morning activities. find the total number of calls made by the customers. to dress up and 10 min. 3. P326. and seven are on the east side.500. A telephone company charges a customer P33. 5 min. five are on the west side. P226. 2.05 4. Five percent of a batch of items from a manufacturing company are defective. 1. and 25 centavos per call in excess of 100 calls. 287 3. 3.m. 5:15 a.25.80.50 for the first 100 calls a month. P262. 5. how many items in the whole batch are not defective? 1. 65 3. If it takes the boy 30 min. 5:30a.750 5. to eat his breakfast.50 82. 20 min. A boy is to meet his teacher in the principal’s room at 7:30 in the morning. 25 min. 187 5. 218 81. He sold 2/5 of it at 25% profit. 4. 2. 3850 .05 2. 55 2. Mr.50 5. 84. 35 5.000 2. ½ of the remaining merchandise at 15% profit and the rest at 10% profit.580 3. 220 2. 2. If the total bill of a customer for a certain month is P55. 4:45 a. In how many different ways can a person enter by a west gate and leave by an east gate? 1.m. How much did he earn from the whole transaction? 1. 15 min. to brush teeth. 2. What will be the latest time that he can get up to meet his teacher on time? 1. 45 83. Cruz bought some merchandise worth P1.m. 69 4. P362. A sports center has 12 gates. 6:15 a.850 4.m.50 3. 25 4. 5:45 a. P262.

1 2 3 4 5 5. every good manner could consider 1 2 the opinions. NO ERROR 3 4 5 10. NO ERROR 3 4 5 . 5 6. His dedication to advance the cause of environment could be attributed to the fact 1 2 that he came to a poor family. 5 7. Pollution of the air. and the land threatens to undo the advances of 1 2 3 4 science. NO ERROR 3 4 5 3. NO ERROR 5 9. Every person at one time or another is called upon to make a decision but making a 1 2 decision is one of the hardest job which one has to do. as well as the feelings of all the employees under him. Please feel free to call upon our office if we can be of farther service to you. NO ERROR. Overcrowding of and within houses is an unhealthful factor which favor 1 2 3 of many diseases. NO ERROR. their feeling of having 1 2 3 4 status rise. NO ERROR 5 4. WALANG MALI.IDENTIFYING ERROR 1. 1 2 3 4 NO ERROR. We were touch by his generosity when he obviously could ill afford to be so 1 2 3 4 generous. He felt very bad after he realized the harm he had done. the water. In making decisions involving human relations. 3 4 5 8. Ang mga nakatatandang panauhin ay nagkakainan habang ang mga kabataan ay 1 2 masayang nagsayaw sa saliw ng makabagong tugtugin. No error 4 5 the spread 2. When office workers take part in planning work details.

5 16. WALANG MALI 1 2 3 4 5 14. NO ERROR 5 15. After the game the coach compliments those players who show bravery during the 1 2 3 4 crucial game.11. WALANG MALI. NO ERROR 4 5 17. Nang umulan ng malakas ay nasa bahay na ako. College teaches us to form opinions by the result of careful thought. NO ERROR 4 5 19. 1 2 3 4 NO ERROR. He will be playing much better today if he had not sprained his ankle during the 1 2 semi-final match two days ago. 1 2 3 4 NO ERROR 5 21. A plan to build more medical centers in major part of the country had been 1 2 3 revealed yesterday. The telephone rang continuously for two minutes. NO ERROR 5 20. NO ERROR 3 4 5 18. One of the crucial issues taken on at the conference is the transfer of technology of 1 2 the industrialized nations to the developing countries. fell silent and then sounded of 1 2 3 five short rings. 1 2 3 4 5 13. Nakikigalak kami sa mga tagumpay nila Fernan at Victor. There is no doubt whether the decision of the Council was influenced by politics. considering the rugged 1 2 3 4 road. A drug pusher is not only a problem to his family but also a menace to society. Twenty kilometers are a reasonable distance to cover. 1 2 3 4 NO ERROR . NO ERROR 3 4 5 12.

. NO ERROR 4 5 of local GRAMMAR AND CORRECT USAGE 1. I had already formed the habits of getting up early and arriving in the office on time.5 22. Several senators and congressmen were absent in the committee meetings most of 1 2 3 4 the time. Ang pangunahing dahilan kung bakit ang mga kabataan ay nagsusumikap sa pag1 2 3 aaral ay upang kumikita-kita WALA MALI. You hope to finish high school this year. Makatabi ang mga bata at matatanda sa panonood ng palaro. Magkakaroon ng kapayapaan ang buong daigdig kung ang lahat ng tao ay 1 2 3 magkakaisa at magkakaunawaan. WALANG MALI 4 5 26. 1 2 3 4 WALANG MALI 5 28. 1 2 3 4 WALANG MALI 5 29. A group of young people have been working for the development 1 2 3 barangay. NO ERROR 4 5 23. NO ERROR. John at Rona sa tanghalan. 4 5 25. WALANG MALI 1 2 3 4 5 27. 5 24. Maraming tao ang nagtatagumpay sa buhay dahil sa kanyang karunungan. aren’t you? NO ERROR 1 2 3 4 5 30. Magsisikanta raw ang mga anak mong sina susan. An oligarchy in a form of government where supreme power is restricted to few 1 2 3 persons. 1.

6. Everybody found the trip to Tagaytay educational and it was enjoyed very much. 4. 2.2. the decision to close shop seems feasible. The ebb and flow of organizational life is such that nothing remains static. Based on the figures available. 1. Basing on the figures available. was the result of a thorough study of the situation. 5. he made a complete report to the board. 2. Ang pinangyarihan ng mga balita na pang-araw-araw sa mga bata kung makikita nila ay magiging makahulugan. This kind of a trip to Tagaytay was educational and everybody enjoyed it very much. 5. 3. 2. The president had hardly completed his study of the situation than he made a full report to the board. 1. 1. 3. After the president had studied the situation as thorough as possible. Sa mga bata ay makahulugan ang mga pang-araw-araw na balita kung makikita nila ang pinangyarihan nito. A most enjoyable time was had by everybody in their trip to Tagaytay which was educational. Based on the figures available. The trip to Tagaytay was educational and everybody enjoyed it very much. the committee felt that the decision to close shop was feasible. The board has received the president’s report. 2. it is such that nothing remains static. the president submitted a complete report to the board. 5. Nothing remains static in the ebb and flow of life in an organization Speaking of the ebb and flow of organizational life. Magiging makahulugan sa mga bata ang mga pang araw-araw na balita kung makikita nila ang pinangyarihan nito. 1. 2. 5. 4. 4. 3. Basing on the figures available. Getting up early and to arrive in the office on time are habits that I have already formed. 4. Based on the figures available. 5. 3. which the president gave it to the board. 1. The ebb and low of life in an organization are such that nothing remained static. Having gone over the situation in great detail. who went over the situation in great detail. Getting up early and arriving in the office on time are habits that I have already formed. everybody enjoyed the trip to Tagaytay very much. To get up early and to arrive in the office on time are habits that I have already formed. 3. . 3. The complete report. the committee felt that the decision to close shop was feasible. The ebb and flow of organization of life are such that nothing remains static. Being educational. 4. 5. the decision to close shop seems feasible. closing the shop was thought to be feasible. 4. 3. To get up early and arriving in the office on time are habits already formed by me. 2.

8. 1. 4. 3. 2. so as to cope with any situation. 3. 5. 5. Walang pasubali na ang isang taong may kakayahan sa maayos na pangangatwiran ay uunlad sa kanyang propesyon. I thought that she reports for work today. It is now generally acknowledge that the Filipina is as lovely like any other Oriental Lady. 10. 2. 2. walang pasubali. We must learn more about military tactics and in so doing we can cope with any situation. . 5. More about military tactics must be learned. It is now generally acknowledged that the Filipina is as loely as any other oriental Lady. We must learn more about military tactics to cope with any situation. more about military tactics should be learned by us. To be ready to cope with any situation. 5. Walang pasubali ay uunlad sa kanyang propesyon na ang isang taong may kakayahan sa maayos na pangangatwiran. 1. walang pasubali na ang isang tao ay uunlad sa kanyang propesyon. 3. Sapagkat walang pagkukunwari at payak lahat. Ang buhay bata sapagkat payak at walang pagkukunwari lahat ay masaya. Uunlad sa kanyang propesyon ay walang pasubali ang isang taong may kakayahan sa maayos na pangangatwiran. 1. I thought that she was reporting for work today. 2.4. I asked Rosy what the name of her friend is? I thought that she is reporting for work today. Ang mga balitang pang-araw-araw sa mga bata at ang pinangyarihan nito ay magiging makahulugan kunga makikita nila. 3. Ang mga balitang pang-araw-araaw sa mga bata ay magiging makahulugan kung ang pinangyarihan nito ay makikita nila. ang buhay bata ay masaya. 11. It is now generally acknowledged that the Filipina is lovely as any oriental lady. 1. It is now generally acknowledge that the Filipina is an lovely compared to any oriental lady. So as to cope with any situation. 1. I asked Rosy what is the name of her friend? 2. It is generally acknowledged that the Filipina is as lovely as any oriental Lady. sapagkat lahat ay payak at walang pagkukunwari ang buhay bata. 5. 3. I thought that she reported for work today. Ang isang taong may kakayahan sa maayos na pangangatwiran ay uunlad sa kanyang propesyon. 12. I thought that she had reported for work today. 4. 4. Masaya ang buhay bata sapagkat lahat ay payak at walang pagkukunwari. May kakayahan sa maayos na pangangatwiran. Ang buhay bata ay masaya sapagkat payak at walang pagkukunwari ang lahat. 7. 1. 9. 4. Masaya. so we must learn more about military tactics. 4. 2. 5.

If then young are to be taught. guaranteed 3. 5. 4. the far-flung 4. from the point of view of the housewife. accomplishment 5.3. we adults must not only teach them by precept but also by example. they must not only be taught by precept but by example. entertained 2. we adults must teach them not only by precept but also by example. SENTENCE COMPLETION 1.” 1. If the young are to be taught. advised 5. 1. The plumber is worthy of his wages who works efficiently from the point of view of the housewife. is worthy of his wages. 3. knowledge 2. 13. “After watching the film. I asked Rosy what was the name of her friend. If we are to teach the young. What the Philippines needs are more doctors to deliver medical care and services to __________ population. a ruralizing 3. 3. From the point of view of the housewife. 1. rendered precise and made exact. we adults must teach not only by precept but by example. 2. 5. accepted 4. convinced 4. the plumber who works efficiently is worthy of his wages. The plumber who works efficiently from the point of view of the housewife is worthy of his wages. . 4. I asked Rosy what is her friend’s name. 14. an impoverished 2. If the young are to be taught. Worthy of his wages is the plumber who works efficiently from the point of view of the housewife. an urbanizing 3. The plumber. 5. many senators remained __________ in their rejection of the treaty. If the young are to be taught. she seemed to be really __________ that ghosts do exist. 1. 2. 1. Despite the President’s appeals. investigation 3. theory 2. The method of scientific __________ is simply the manner at which all phenomena are explained about. they must be taught by us adults not only by precept but also by example. development 4. I asked Rosy what her friend’s name was 4. who works efficiently. burgeoning 5.

prohibition 5. “ Ang mga kabataan ay __________ sa paggamit ng bawal na gamut dahil sa pagnanais na makaiwas sa kanilang mga suliranin. denied 7. fortunate 5. the material possessions of such people are __________. “The government is established for the __________. 1. entice 3.” 1. the prosecuting attorney protested the __________ strategy of the defense and insisted that the trial proceed. nalululong 9. retained 2. incomplete 12. formulate 5. support 8. exploit 2. radiation system 2. durable 5. declined 3. While most typhoons cause little or no loss of human life. naliligalig 5.1. deliberate 3. limited 2. occasionally the losses are __________. furtherance and guarantee of certain inalienable human rights. 1. 1. roundabout 2. insignificant 3. harness 4. appalling 4. suspension 4. calm 3. preservation 11. disadvantageous 2. often on foot. imposed 4. A one-second cathode ray treatment of hamburgers will preserve them for a sixty days in a refrigerator. intransigent 2. laboratory 3. “Local exporters must use the present economic crises as a unique opportunity to ________ the Filipino’s innate ingenuity in developing novel products from indigenous materials and resources. ignored 5. Sailors going on voyages of several weeks can have safe food even though the ship does not have a __________. transfer 3. extensive 3. leisurely 6. For groups whose economic activities are organized around hunting or herding. Consequently. 1. physician . The manager said that she would gladly help pay for it but she good-naturedly __________ the offer. vacillating 5. namamalas 3. slow 4. stubborn 5. perverse 5. adamant 4. and frequent moves are made. nangingilag 2. any living settlement is only temporary. naliligtas 4. crude 4. proclamation 2. 1.” 1.” 1. when the defense lawyer asked for a postponement. communal 10.

gas bills 3. rare 4. dishonor 17. we would notice that there are very many people who are extremely poor. the __________ foreseen was the country’s loss of manpower skills to labor importing countries. population 2. pay 4. From a distance the view of any industrial city is obscured by a heavy pall of smoke exuded from factory chimneys. the critic though its possibilities are distinctly __________. 1. “When government started an organized program on overseas job placement. production 4. While recognizing the value of the new invention. air circulation 5. dissatisfaction 2. apprehension 3. facilities 2. telephone bills 4. 1. porous 2.” 1. 1.4. and comparatively very few in the middle. Residents of these cities object to the physical discomfort of a smoke-filled atmosphere and to the extra expense necessary to replace soot-damaged goods and to meet abnormally high ___________ . Pumice is so light that it will float on water. This is because it contains so many air chambers. embarrassment 5. disadvantages 4. restricted 3. water bills 18. known 5. housing 3. Pumice is a rock formed by the cooling and hardening of lava which contains dissolved gases. 1. training 16. income 14. food bills 2. boundless 4. 1. valuable 2. light bills 5. colorful . Many large corporations maintain nurses and hospitals for their employees and in various other ways encourage better __________. brilliant 3. durable 5. health 5. investment 3. and many people extremely rich. it is very __________. progress 5. ridiculous 15. If we closely analyze the world distribution of __________. deep freeze 13.

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